Tile Flooring Guide
Made to last indefinitely, tile flooring is vibrant, sturdy, and dependable. Whether installed outdoors or indoors, this flooring tradition has a storied history in global architecture, serving generations of property owners. Today, there are more tile options than ever, truly offering up appealing options for all budgets and styles.
At Gallatin Valley Furniture Carpet One Floor & Home we carry a comprehensive collection of both indoor and outdoor tile, and our inventory continues growing due to ongoing requests. Are you thinking incorporating tile into your home or business? Here are a few things you might like to know:
Types of Tile
Tile has steadily evolved over the ages, with new types of tile introduced on the regular, however some things never change. Then and now, ceramic, stone, and porcelain seem to be the most prevalent tile materials.
Which one is the best choice for you? Here are some basic tile facts to contemplate:
Ceramic tiles are known to last for decades: even centuries. Made of clay and fired in a kiln, ceramic tile is sturdy enough for everyday wear and tear.
Porcelain tiles are a type of ceramic tile that gets fired at higher temperatures. Denser than their ceramic cousins, porcelain tiles are a great choice for outdoor gathering spots.
Stone tiles are made using slate, marble, and granite, and other natural stones. This tile is a great choice for entryways, hearths, poolside, and patio.
Our Tile Selection
Gallatin Valley Furniture Carpet One Floor & Home has the buying power of over a thousand stores, while staying true to the surrounding community. As your locally owned operated member of the nation’s largest cooperative of independently owned flooring stores, we can’t wait to take on your next tile project.
We proudly carry products by Emser, Florida Tile, Soci Tile, Vogue Bay, Unique Building Concepts, Bedrosian’s, Daltile, Cote D’Este, and Ragno, among others.
Stop by our Bozeman showroom today and see for yourself why we’re the region’s most trusted tile source.
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